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  • Percocet Abuse Side Effects

    Percocet Abuse Side Effects

    As one of the most effective pain relief drugs on the market, Percocet works as a 12-hour time-release medication. According to Bryn Mawr College, Percocet uses oxycodone, a powerful opiate narcotic, as the main active ingredient with acetaminophen added to intensify the drug's effects. Oxycodone bears a strong resemblance to codeine, which makes this particular ingredient almost as strong as...

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  • 10 Telltale Suboxone Addiction Symptoms

    10 Telltale Suboxone Addiction Symptoms

    While suboxone is generally used in the treatment of addiction to opiates, some people can become addicted to suboxone if abused, or taken without a doctor's approval. If you or someone you know has been using suboxone and suspect an addiction, there are telltale signs of suboxone addiction symptoms you can watch out for.
    According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, even when...

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